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The nonprofit represents health officials who oversee HIV and hepatitis programs in the United States and across the globe.
Events are scheduled throughout September to raise awareness about hep B and HIV in these communities.
Hepatitis C is a stigmatized disease. How we talk about and the words we use can reduce this stigma.
Rick Nash’s journey, born with Hep C, six treatments for Hepatitis C (HCV,) one transplant, and lots of friends and family.
The Center for HIV Law and Policy, the Harm Reduction Coalition and the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable are behind the effort.
NVHR will host a free educational webinar about stigma as a barrier to HCV services among people who use drugs.
Earlier this month, an Ohio man living with hepatitis C was sentenced to 18 months in prison for spitting at police officers and medics.
On a flight from an advocacy conference, Rick Nash ran into some unexpected turbulence from stigma and ignorance on a plane.
In several U.S. states, transmitting HIV is a crime. Could hepatitis C be next?
The stigma attached to hepatitis C is more than painful; it can cause medical harm.
The yearlong effort, “#StigmaStops,” launches on Zero Discrimination Day, March 1. Here’s how you can get involved.
Fighting Hep C, using the fury to stoke the fire within.
An op-ed in Vox argues that treating addiction as a moral failure exacerbates the crisis.
The facts about hepatitis C are offset by ignorance. This diver is trying to set the facts straight.
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